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Local Farms in Bali

Connect with the land, taste some of the best coffee in the world and meet the farmers behind your food

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A very informative walk trough the plantation and a fun coffee tasting experience afterwards!
Imelda
One of our favorite experiences in Bali, an absolute must if you love coffee. Not only are you taken on a tour through the plantation but also get to try to make and taste very good quality coffee. A real experience with real people.
Liis
I booked the trip last minute but nevertheless all the booking went smoothly. I received the message from the manager who confirmed my booking and helped me to arrange the pick up. The next day my husband and I went to the village, where we met local people. Our guide was a very pleasant man, who told us a lot not only about coffee but about local traditions, different plants, etc. We had a very tasty lunch made from locally grown veggies. After that we went to the beautiful waterfall. I would like to thank all the people who took part in organising this time for us. It was amazing and I have a lot of memories and emotions. Will recommend this experience to my friends for sure.
Ksenia

Helpful Questions

What makes Balinese coffee unique?
Balinese coffee is unique because of the volcanic soil in which it is grown, which gives it a rich and full-bodied flavor. Additionally, Balinese coffee is typically grown in small batches by local farmers, which allows for a more personalized and authentic approach to coffee production.
What are some of the sustainable farming practices used in Balinese coffee production?
Many coffee farms in Bali use sustainable farming practices such as composting, crop rotation, and the use of natural fertilizers. Some farms also use shade-grown methods, which help to promote biodiversity and protect the environment.
What can visitors expect during a coffee farm tour in Bali?
Answer: Visitors to a coffee farm in Bali can expect to learn about the coffee-making process from start to finish, including how the coffee cherries are harvested and processed, as well as how the beans are roasted and brewed. Visitors may also have the opportunity to taste different varieties of coffee and learn about the unique flavor profiles of Balinese coffee.
How has Balinese coffee production changed over the years?
Answer: Balinese coffee production has become more sophisticated and modernized in recent years, with many farms investing in new technologies to improve efficiency and quality. However, there is also a growing emphasis on sustainable and ethical farming practices, with many farmers working to preserve traditional methods and protect the environment.
How can visitors support sustainable coffee production in Bali?
Visitors can support sustainable coffee production in Bali by choosing to visit farms that use environmentally-friendly and ethical farming practices, purchasing coffee from local farmers, and supporting businesses that prioritize sustainability and fair labor practices. In particular, visitors can help by NOT supporting coffee farms that produce luwak coffee in an unsustainable way! Most tours would take visitors to coffee farms which keep wild luwaks in cages, which is an unethical practice. Farms that produce luwak coffee sustainably do not cage up luwaks, and would instead collect luwak excrement that have been naturally left behind by luwaks. Visitors should look for these sustainable farms instead (or avoid altogether farms that produce luwak coffee if they're not sure).
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